Job Description

RN-Infusion Thur, Fri, one float day a week. (8am-8pm)

Cancer care is all we do

Hope in healing

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA®) takes a unique and integrative approach to cancer care. Our patient-centered care model is founded on a commitment to personalized medicine, tailoring a combination of treatments to the needs of each individual patient. At the same time, we support patients’ quality of life by offering therapies designed to help them manage the side effects of treatment, addressing their physical, spiritual and emotional needs, so they are better able to stay on their treatment regimens and get back to life. At the core of our whole-person approach is what we call the Mother Standard® of care, so named because it requires that we treat our patients, and one another, like we would want our loved ones to be treated. This innovative approach has earned our hospitals a Best Place to Work distinction and numerous accreditations. Each of us has a stake in the successful outcomes of every patient we treat.

Job Description:

Job Title:

Med Support RN

Effective Date:


Reports To (Title):

Med Support Manager


Med Support/Tulsa



Dept/Cost Center:


SECTION A:  Job Overview

The Med Support nurse assumes the accountability and responsibility as a professional nurse for providing total, comprehensive, continuous, and patient centered care for an assigned group of patients.  The Med Support nurse will provide direct patient contact, which includes assessing the patient, developing a comprehensive nursing plan of care, implementing aspects of nursing care to meet identified patient care outcomes, evaluating the effectiveness of a nursing plan of care, and education of patients/care givers who require therapy and other nursing services.  Established nursing objectives, standards, policies, and procedures will be followed in administering nursing care.  The Med Support nurse is accountable for practicing within the defined scope of practice for the Registered Nurse and is committed to providing safe, quality nursing care.

SECTION B:  Job Accountabilities

1. Assessment:

  • Collects patient data and completes required documentation with appropriate responses according to unit standards
  • Updates allergies in Electronic Medical Record
  • Updates patient’s current medication list in Electronic Medical Record
  • Identifies patient’s problems/needs and sets priorities
  • Identifies problems requiring further referral and/or follow-up
  • Reviews latest diagnostic results
  • Performs nursing assessment using critical thinking skills
  • Provides information to physicians and other Health Care Professionals of changes in patients condition


SS Codes:

B, C, D, E

2. Education:

  • Educate the patient and caregivers about the disease process, side effects and health promotion
  • The education of the patient or caregiver and assessment of the patient’s or caregiver’s comprehension are documented
  • Active participation in continuing education programs, needs a minimum of 12 continuing education credits per year.
  • Knowledge obtained from continuing education program is shared with colleagues in order to improve care.
  • Maintain certification as required per position (BLS, ACLS, ONS Chemo/Bio certification)
  • Participates in orientation of new personnel through preceptorship.


SS Codes:

B, C, D, E

3. Planning Care:

  • Develops a plan of care based on nursing process, and which incorporates the plans of other disciplines and continuing care needs
  • Includes the patient/family in developing or revising the plan of care
  • Makes referrals to multidisciplinary support services


SS Codes:

B, C, D

SECTION B:  Job Accountabilities (cont.’)

4. Implementing/Managing Care:

  • Care provided conforms to accepted practice standards
  • Provides treatments/procedures and other care as prescribed and according to patient care standards and plan of care
  • Demonstrates understanding of age-related characteristics and needs of patients served.
  • Explains nursing procedures
  • Provides discharge teaching
  • Identifies emergency situations and independently initiates appropriate actions
  • Acts as an advocate and coordinator of patient care with other health care personnel and evaluates patient care measures instituted.
  • Understands and demonstrates respect for patient rights and utilizes established mechanisms for management of ethical issues in patient care
  • Consultant to the healthcare profession, patient or caregiver regarding patient advocacy and delivery of safe, competent, and quality nursing care
  • Performs handoff communication as appropriate
  • Administer medications, chemotherapy, IV fluids and blood products safely and per policy
  • Follows hospital- based policy regarding equipment maintenance and infection control measures.


SS Codes:

A, B, C, D

5. Evaluation

  • Records patient care delivered as planned and any variation, with appropriate rationale
  • Medication delivered and discontinued is charted within 1 hour of administration
  • Makes and records observations related to impending or associated problems
  • Implements nursing measures related to impending or associated problems


SS Codes:

B, C, D, E

6. Leadership

  • Using nursing process, delegates nursing care to appropriate personnel and supervises care given
  • Complies with hospital expectations to meet staffing demands based on patient care needs
  • Complies with policies addressing safe working conditions; monitors and reports unsafe working conditions
  • Recognizes inappropriate and/or ineffective patient care management, resolves issue/problem and completes written reports
  • Demonstrates active participation in KPI processes:  Responsible for performance improvement as it relates to nursing
  • Alters practice as needed when opportunities to improve care are identified by PI rendering quality patient care
  • Resource for the effective clinical management, employs the nursing process, and has evidence of validation of clinical skills necessary for those activities associated with the care of the patient.


SS Codes:

B, C, D

7. Conduct

  • Recognizes unit problems and takes responsibility for notifying appropriate personnel and documenting
  • Follows attendance and tardy policy
  • Remains flexible in staffing patterns and resolution of staffing conflicts
  • Recognizes and follows chain of command for addressing and resolving departmental issues
  • Demonstrates a willingness and ability to assist others
  • Maintains a clean and organized work area, ensuring appropriate supplies and equipment are available for patient care
  • Willingness to float to other units as directed by supervisor/manager

TOTAL    100%

SECTION C:  Supporting Statements

Listed below are several statements that provide explanations to why responsibilities, tasks or activities might be a particularly important part of the overall nature of a job.  For each accountability that you listed in Section II, please review the list of statements and write the letter(s) that apply in the ‘SS Code’ box in Section II.  You may use more than one statement.  If none of the statements apply, fill in letter F.

(This information is used to help Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.)

The performance of this responsibility is the reason that the job exists.

There are limited stakeholders among whom the performance of this responsibility can be distributed.

This responsibility occupies a great deal of the jobholder’s time.

This responsibility is highly specialized.  Jobholders are hired for the skill/ability to perform this.

Failure to perform this responsibility may have serious consequences.

No statements apply.

SECTION D:  Essential Job Requirements

Please review the following listings of potential job requirements.  Check the box for any requirement that is essential to performing this job and give frequency *.  Be sure to focus on what is actually required by the job.

(This information is used to help Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.)

A.  Physical Demands

Physical Abilities (with or without corrective action e.g. eyeglasses)



Prolonged standing


Feeling: ability to perceive attributes


Prolonged walking


Of objects by means of skin receptors

Prolonged sitting


Talking:  ability to express or exchange


Repetitive lifting


Ideas by means of spoken words


Prolonged and/or repetitive carrying


Hearing:  ability to perceive the nature


Repetitive pushing and/or pulling


Of sounds by the ear


Prolonged or repetitive climbing


Eye/hand/foot coordination:  performing


Prolonged or repetitive balancing


Work through using two or more


Prolonged or repetitive stooping,


Far acuity:  ability to see clearly at


kneeling, crouching and/or crawling


20 or more feet


Repetitive reaching


Near acuity:  ability to see clearly at


Prolonged or repetitive seizing, holding,

20 inches or less


grasping, or otherwise working with

Depth perception:  ability to judge




distance and space relationships


Repetitive fingering, picking, pinching,

Field of vision:  ability to see


or otherwise working with fingers




Prolonged eye strain through detail

Accommodation:  ability to adjust vision

work, concentration or continual


to bring objects into focus




Color Vision:  ability to distinguish

Other (please specify)


and identify different colors


Other (please specify)

C.  Environmental Conditions

D.  Physical Strength

Frequency *


Temperature cold enough to cause

Lifting of up to 10 lbs


marked bodily discomfort


Lifting/carrying of objects up to 25 lbs


Temperature hot enough to cause

Lifting/carrying of objects up to 50 lbs


marked bodily discomfort


Lifting/carrying of objects up to 50 lbs

Variations in temperature from

or more


hot to cold


Pushing/pulling objects of light weight

Frequent contact with water or other


(i.e., carts)




Pushing/pulling objects of moderate

Conditions with high humidity to cause

weight (i.e., dollies, hand trucks)


bodily reactions


Pushing/pulling heavy objects (i.e.,

Sufficient noise to cause distraction

hand trucks)


or possible hearing loss


Other (please specify)


Strain on the body to cause bodily

harm If endured daily (vibrations)


Conditions where there is a danger to


life, body and/or health


Atmospheric conditions that affect the

skin or respiratory


Other (please specify)


* Frequency Codes:  1-Hourly; 2-Daily; 3-Weekly; 4-Monthly

SECTION E:  Organizational Relationships

Complete the organization chart using correct organizational titles

Title of Supervisor/Manager of this job.

Title of this job.

Title of Peer Positions

Title(s) of those that report to this job.  Use inset box to indicate number in each position.

(Click inside the box to type).                                            


A. Med Support Manager




C. Med Support RN

B. Med Support RN





D. Medical Assistant


Total Number of Direct Reports:


Total Number of Indirect Reports


SECTION F:  Career Charting


Source Jobs:

What jobs within Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. would provide the appropriate training, responsibilities, etc., to prepare a stakeholder for this job?


Inpatient RN




Clinic Nurse



Progression Jobs:

What jobs within Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. would this job prepare a stakeholder for?


Inpatient RN


Care Manager


Nurse Navigator



SECTION G:  Education/Experience Level

Identify the typical (or minimum) combination of education and experience required to bring someone new into the job.  If a college degree is necessary, indicate whether a particular major is appropriate.  A minimum and a preferred/fully competent level can be listed.

  • Current Oklahoma Registered Nurse License
  • ADN required; Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing preferred
  • Current BLS required; ACLS certification required within 6 months
  • Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Chemotherapy certification required within 6 months of employment in order to administer chemotherapy.
  • Experience in multi-disciplinary approach to patient care
  • Excellent infusion therapy-related skills (peripheral and central lines)
  • Excellent assessment skills
  • Min. 2 years previous experience in oncology and/or medical-surgical units
  • Participates in ongoing education activities (including in-services, continuing education and formal education) to expand oncology knowledge, enhance role performance, and increase knowledge of professional issues

SECTION H:  Knowledge and Skills

List the specific job-related skills, knowledge level and other qualifications required or preferred for this job.  This includes the knowledge of professional disciplines, procedures, hardware, software, computer languages, typing speed, equipment, certifications, etc. 

  • Chemotherapy/medication/blood product administration
  • PIV insertion
  • Port access
  • Assessment skills
  • Competency with computer charting

SECTION I:  Problem Solving/Decision Making

What types of problem solving are commonly performed?  What decisions are made and acted upon independently by this position?   

  • Assessment of patient condition
  • Assessing/monitoring for drug reactions during treatments or chemotherapy administration
  • Use of anaphylactic kit and protocol during treatments if needed

What, typically, does this position refer to the supervisor for approval?

(Examples:   Final policy/procedure recommendations to Talent management regarding benefit changes.  Employee benefits issues that are outside of policy.)

What types of tools/procedures/guidance are available (if any) to help determine how to handle problems?

(Example:  Company Talent policies, Benefits Summary Plan Descriptions, and legislation.  Benefits and Talent management are available to answer daily questions and to review analysis. 

CTCA Talent policies, Quality and Compliance

SECTION J:  Responsibility/Accountability

Review the two boxes below.  If this job coordinates or supervises others, place a ‘X’ in box I. next to the one category which best describes this job’s responsibilities.  If this job does not supervise others, go to box II and place a ‘X’ next to the one category which best describes the job’s responsibilities. 

This job coordinates or supervises others.

Coordinates the work of stakeholders.  May play role in performance reviews.

Manages stakeholders who perform task and process-oriented work.  Maintains responsibility for quality of work and personnel actions. 

Manages a large department or specialized professional area.  Authorizes department policy changes and recommends function/divisional policy changes.

Manages 1 or more departments or specialized professional areas.  Organizes programs, policies and manages coordination on a broad scale.  May assist top executives in determining policy relative to specialty area.

Controls the operation of a company-wide business activity or function.


This job does not coordinate or supervise others.

Works with detailed instructions and close supervision.


Works with procedures and periodic supervision.  May provide guidance to others in work group.

Works with procedures and some supervision.  Responsible for answering questions and providing guidance to stakeholders in department

Responsible for projects and high- level administrative work. 

Works on specialized professional level assignments/projects with supervision.

Works on specialized professional level assignments/projects with general directions and guidance.

Has extensive latitude to work on projects that effect overall policy and business objectives.

SECTION K:  Supervision

If this job is supervisory, what are the duties with respect to stakeholder development, recruitment, work assignments, performance evaluation, salary administration, etc.

Example: Responsible for contributing to performance reviews, interviewing prospective stakeholders and assigning daily work activities.


SECTION L:  Communications

< >Internal:   Please list the positions within Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. with which this job has regular contact.  Include those with the most frequent contact and/or most important purpose.  Note the position title, the frequency, and the purpose of the contact.  Do not include those stakeholders reporting directly or indirectly to this job.




(Example) All stakeholders


Answer questions and help to resolve departmental issues.



Clarify/verify orders for medications/chemotherapy

Care Management


Issues with orders, communication of patient condition/complaints

< > External:  Please indicate those individuals or organizations external to Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. with whom this job has regular contact.  Note the contact, the frequency (daily, weekly, etc.), and the purpose of the contact.




SECTION M:  Additional Information

Please list any additional information relevant to this job that was not covered in this Questionnaire.      






SECTION N:  Review and Approval


Stakeholder                                                               (Date)


Talent                           (Date)

We win together

Each CTCA employee is a Stakeholder, driven to make a true difference and help win the fight against cancer. Each day is a challenge, but this unique experience comes with rewards that you may never have thought possible. To ensure each team member brings his or her best self, we offer exceptional support and immersive training to encourage your personal and professional growth. If you’re ready to be part of something bigger and work with a passionate, dynamic group of care professionals, we invite you to join us. 

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